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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    @ Dave....#1 is a really great shot. Love all the bokeh balls above the cat. #2 is fun.

    @Pat....that is a really well executed shot....one of those pictures that makes me want to get out there and try....but...still too cold here...
    +1 on these comments to both you guys, well composed and well planned shots.
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    To demonstrate a totally unplanned and feeble portrait attempt of Bo Jangles the birthday boy today, here is a quick one taken just after I put him in a birdbath to try and take a shot. The birdbath was emtpy and Bo jumped off the edge of it and it fell over and he got a bit of a fright.

    He gave me one of those, "it's your fault and you're in trouble looks".
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    Bo Birthday by Steve's Life, on Flickr[/img]

    Thanks for viewing.
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    Steve, Brant, and Eric: Thanks for the kind words.

    Quote Originally Posted by Poik View Post
    Love the foreground and how you composed the lighthouse below Polaris. I really need to play around with some light painting when I take night shots.
    Eric - Light painting is fun. Unfortunately, I used a spot light (very tight focused light) and it ended up getting splotchy (i.e., uneven light and shadowed areas in the sand). I need to try this one again sometime and try to even the light out. But I want a better lens before I do that (or full frame)... the Sigma and 7D combination does not perform in low light shots that well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    @ Dave....#1 is a really great shot. Love all the bokeh balls above the cat. #2 is fun.

    @Pat....that is a really well executed shot....one of those pictures that makes me want to get out there and try....but...still too cold here...
    Brant - It is cold here too, and it was quite windy along the shoreline. I had a lot of layers of cloths on, but it was a beautiful night.
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    I finally had some free time to take my 6D outside during the holiday. Maybe I'll post some pictures in the coming days. It was a bit difficult to go away from the mountains and get back to work today...


    I wasn't the first one to go there par Tounis_9, sur Flickr

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    Tounis,

    Great image! Swiss photographers have an unfair advantage ... j/k

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    Amazing blue eyes on that cat Steve. Cool snow capped cabins Tounis.

    Well, I finally upgraded and am now shooting FULL FRAME. Loving what the EOS Canon 5D MarkIII can do when compared to my good 'ole buddy, my 7D. I'm still using the 7D for kids' sports and plan to use it for wildlife at Yellowstone NP later this year. I woke up today for a cold California sunrise (well, 29F is cold to us anyway).

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    New Day on the Prairie by ernogy, on Flickr[/img]

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    Lovely tones in this shot mate, you have an eye for good composition.
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    Some shots for all you Southerners... Bella goes sledding.


    I really want to go sledding. by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr


    Whee! by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr


    The lesser known Mom sled by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr


    Snowy Bella by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr

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    Great shots of Bella, David! Still no snow here in SE Wisconsin and today was like springtime! All is going to change soon enough I hear!

    I got my 40mm pancake lens today! I really like this cute little thing!


    Lucky - Taken with 40mm pancake lens by Denise Trocio ( www.dtrociophotography.com), on Flickr


    Buddy by Denise Trocio ( www.dtrociophotography.com), on Flickr

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    Great shots David.
    Whos, love that shot of Buddy Denise, that look is priceless and the focus and DOF is sweet.
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